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Opinion & Analysis

Rectification of Register of Members: Expanding National Company Law Tribunal’s Jurisdiction

There appears to be a conscious endeavour to empower NCLT, the specialized body in respect of matters relating to companies, to provide an unambiguous and clear dispute resolution mechanism say authors Kumar Kislay & Angad Baxi from J. Sagar Associates.

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Can “non-binding” Term Sheets Become Binding?

A recent arbitral award in the ongoing dispute between OYO Rooms and ZO Rooms/ Zostel declared a “non-binding” term sheet executed between the parties in 2015 (for the proposed acquisition of the business of ZO Rooms by OYO) a “binding” document. OYO and Zostel have reacted differently to the aw

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Remembering the ‘Gentleman Judge,’ Justice Surinder Singh Nijjar

Advocate Harsh Chopra who has worked closely with Justice Nijjar pens down a tribute for the veteran Judge. The legacy left by the ‘gentleman judge,’ as he was fondly called, has the tendency to defy the saying that mortality applies to every aspect of life says Advocate Harsh Chopra.

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‘Keeping Up With The (Trade) Secrets’

India needs to pass a law relating to Trade Secrets to give certainty to businesses so that in case there is any breach of Trade Secret then the party committing breach can be punished as in case of any other IP rights say authors Krrishan Singhania, Vanshaj Mehta & Afreen Fazal from K Singhania & C

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Information Technology (The Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021: Is it the way Forward?

Authors Krrishan Singhania, Srishti Singhania, and Afreen Fazal from K Singhania & Co discuss the highlights and impact of the new IT Rules 2021. Online news portals and OTT platforms have been a great source of independent journalism and independent creativity. In order to preserve this objecti

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Anti-Counterfeiting for Pharmaceuticals in the Pandemic Times

Authors Krrishan Singhania and Vanshaj Mehta from K Singhania & Co throw light on the growing menace of counterfeit vaccines and suggest ways to combat the pressing problem.

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Comparative Study of the Principles of Constitutionalism In India and the USA

While ‘Constitution’ is described as the “supreme law of a country”, ‘constitutionalism’ is governance under which the power of the sovereign is limited by the rule of law. While the concept of constitutionalism has grown around the principle that the authority of the government is derived from and

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Monetization Strategies for SAAS Companies!

Let's hear it from K Satish Kumar, SVP & Group Chief Legal Officer, Intellect Design Arena Ltd on monetization Strategies for SAAS Companies!

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[Exclusive] What Ails the Civil Helicopter Industry?

The helicopter industry needs support from the government in the form of suitable policies and an enabling environment in terms of infrastructure and capacity. A little handholding and some incentives will enable the helicopter industry to spread its wings across the country and bring expansive adva

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ASCI’s Draft Guidelines for Influencers: Setting New Hurdles or New Trends?

Digital media platforms (including short video platforms), which are primary mediums for influencers to scale their popularity, and brands, management agencies engaging influencers for their services, will also benefit from the Influencer Guidelines, in as much as they will no longer have to rely so

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